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Buckeyes nail Nittany Lions in top 10 football faceoff

Ohio State football remains undefeated after a 20-12 victory over Penn State on Saturday at Ohio Stadium.

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Former Heisman Trophy finalist C.J. Stroud was the guest picker on ESPN College GameDay. | Photo by CBUStoday

Former OSU quarterback C.J. Stroud’s pregame pick of the Buckeyes became true after OSU defeated Penn State 20-12 on Saturday.

The theme “Scarlet the Shoe” proved to be a success, as a sea of Buckeye fans in shades of red flooded Ohio Stadium. In addition to the scarlet uniforms, the players also rocked customized cleats gifted from Ohio native LeBron James.

The Bucks, who came into the matchup with a No. 3 ranking, now remain one of only two Big Ten teams with a clean conference record — I guess that’s one thing we have in common with TTUN.

The grind continues on Saturday, Oct. 28 as the Buckeyes travel to Wisconsin to face the Badgers with a 7:30 p.m. kickoff. The next home game is Saturday Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. against Michigan State. Grab tickets.

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